Greene, Judge among top prospect performers Tuesday

Blue Jays' No. 2 prospect flirts with no-hitter, Yankees' No. 2 notches first pro multi-homer game

Greene, Judge among top prospect performers Tuesday

Once the calendar switched to June, Conner Greene became dominant. The Blue Jays' No. 2 prospect twirled seven scoreless frames Tuesday for Class A Advanced Dunedin in a 6-0 shutout of Brevard County and is 2-0 with a 0.95 ERA through three starts in the month.

Greene gave up three hits, walked a pair and struck out seven in his longest start of the year. The seven strikeouts were also a season-high for the right-hander, who recently added a slider to his repertoire.

"It's coming along -- the good ones outweighed the bad ones," Greene told MiLB.com. "I'm confident in it and it's nice to have another weapon. It's cool because when I get in an 0-2 count, instead of just using those three pitches, I can work it in and get swings and misses that way."

Greene did not allow a hit until the top of the sixth inning. He allowed only one baserunner -- via a walk -- in the first five frames.

The rest of the best performances from top prospects Tuesday

No. 23 overall prospect Clint Frazier (Indians' No. 2) bumped his average up to .299 with his 2-for-4 performance for Double-A Akron in a 5-2 win over Reading. Frazier hit his eighth homer of the year and also drove in a pair of runs. He has RBIs in five of his past six games.

No. 27 prospect Aaron Judge (Yankees' No. 2) has plenty of power, so it was only a matter of time before he recorded his first career multi-homer game. That game arrived as Judge went 4-for-5 with two homers and three RBIs for Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes/Barre in a 9-2 win. Judge has three homers over his past three games and 12 through 67 games.

No. 41 prospect David Dahl (Rockies' No. 2) continues to show a good eye at the plate as he drew another two walks for Double-A Hartford and has walked nine times in the past five games. Dahl went 2-for-3 with a double and RBI in an 11-3 loss.

No. 44 overall prospect Josh Bell continues to rack up hits and is hitting .319 for Triple-A Indianapolis. The Pirates' No. 2 prospect went 2-for-4 with an RBI in a 8-7 loss to Gwinnett in extra innings and has two hits in three of his last four games.

No. 49 overall prospect Jake Thompson (Phillies' No. 2) twirled another gem for Triple-A Lehigh Valley, giving up two earned runs over eight innings in a 3-2 win over Norfolk. Thompson has been throwing well all month, going 3-0 in four June starts. The right-hander allowed three earned runs in 29 innings during that span.

No. 84 overall prospect Bobby Bradley (Indians' No. 3) hit a solo homer and went 1-for-4 for the Carolina League All-Stars in a 6-4 win over the California League squad. The 20-year-old first baseman has 15 homers and 56 RBIs through 64 games for Class A Advanced Lynchburg this season. He hit a career-high 27 homers in 2015 for Class A Lake County.

No. 89 overall prospect Reese McGuire (Pirates' No. 5) fell a homer short of a cycle. He finished 3-for-3 with a double and a triple for Double-A Altoona in its 5-2 win. The catcher has one homer this season, so completing the cycle may have been a bit of a longshot, but McGuire hadn't tripled since August 20, 2014.

Blue Jays' No. 27 prospect Ryan McBroom has five hits in his last eight at-bats after going 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles for Class A Advanced Dunedin. The first baseman is hitting .271 through 66 games.

Giants' No. 19 prospect Hunter Cole put together his second three-hit game in less than a week, going 3-for-5 with two RBIs and his sixth homer of the year in Double-A Richmond's 11-3 win.

• Trey Mancini (Orioles' No. 4) hit his seventh homer in 54 games with Triple-A Norfolk while going 3-for-3 with two RBIs in a loss to Lehigh Valley. Mancini has seven hits in his last 13 at-bats and is hitting .282 in his first stint at the Triple-A level.

• Malquin Canelo (Phillies' No. 12) did it all in Class A Advanced Clearwater's 14-0 win over Lakeland. The 21-year-old shortstop reached base four times, going 2-for-3 with a triple and two walks. Canelo drove in three runs and scored four runs.

Reds' No. 10 prospect Phil Ervin made the most of his appearance in the Southern League All-Star Game with a pinch-hit grand slam in the fifth inning. He finished the game 1-for-2 for the South in its 5-1 win over the North squad. The 23-year-old outfielder hit a career-high 14 homers last year and has six through 58 games for Double-A Pensacola.

"I just didn't want to put the ball on the ground for a double play," Ervin told MiLB.com. "It was exciting and it was a feeling, though, to see the home run, especially in front of my mom, dad and girlfriend. Anytime you can do something like that in an All-Star Game it's definitely a great feeling."

• Taylor Sparks (Reds' No. 19) hit a trio of doubles for Class A Advanced Daytona in a 3-for-4 performance in a 4-3 loss to Tampa.

William Boor is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @wboor. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.